Sales, Production and Procurement

2020 was a special year in many respects. Production interruptions at suppliers led to extraordinary challenges in the supply of parts. A total of 263,236 vehicles were produced, which corresponds to a decrease of 4.1 per cent compared to the previous year. At the Zuffenhausen site, the production of all vehicles was completely CO2-neutral for the first time. Sales also faced a variety of challenges. Porsche therefore pushed ahead with the expansion of complementary online sales activities in the review year.

Body production on the new 911, 2019, Porsche AG

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Sports car enthusiasts the world over dream of owning a Porsche. It is the job of the Sales department to make that dream reality. This is done by making the products and services that are quintessentially Porsche irresistible to customers and by creating unique experiences around the Porsche brand. In 2020, the coronavirus pandemic brought many challenges for Porsche Sales. In February, most of the dealer organisation in China closed down for around three weeks. While the situation there gradually eased from March onwards, the infection rate in Europe and other world regions only increased. Porsche Centres in many markets were closed for about six weeks. In the USA, too, around half of Porsche’s locations had to close temporarily at the peak of the lockdown in the spring.

The crisis forced the expansion of tie-in online sales activities. Porsche had already put procedures in place for this before 2020. Virtual purchase consultations via live video, contactless test drives and digital marketing campaigns on social media channels have shaped the customer experience in a positive sense – despite social distancing.

Porsche extended its new car warranty worldwide by three months if the warranty period ended between 1 March and 31 May 2020 in response to the restrictions on the operation of many Porsche Centres. Customers who purchased a “Porsche Approved” warranty after the new car warranty also benefited.

“As a result of digitalisation, customers are increasingly used to an ecosystem of connected offers. It is also up to us to come up with an exclusive mobility experience from one single source. That’s why we are consistently expanding our new mobility offers, for example.”

Detlev von Platen Member of the Executive Board – Sales and Marketing

Online car sales in Europe, 2020, Porsche AG

Recognition and awards

The well-known US automotive advice magazine Kelley Blue Book awarded the sports car brand its “Best Resale Value – Luxury Brand” prize in 2020. Meanwhile, the Macan, Panamera and Cayenne models received the award for best resale value in their respective categories, and the Taycan won two categories at the World Car Awards. It was named “World Performance Car of the Year 2020” and “World Luxury Car of the Year 2020”.

In the “Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout Study” (APEAL) conducted by renowned US market research company J.D. Power, Porsche was ranked in first place in the overall rating and in the luxury segment. The APEAL study looks at the attractiveness of vehicles on the US market. For this purpose, a survey of new car customers is conducted once a year. On this basis, Porsche was found to be the most attractive automotive brand to customers in the USA.

Porsche also achieved first place as the best brand in the “Sales Satisfaction Index” (SSI) for the USA. This index is also compiled by J.D. Power and reflects satisfaction levels among new car buyers during the purchasing process. Buyers of new cars and those customers who subsequently make no purchase are surveyed on their experiences with the authorised dealers. Porsche was also ranked in first place in the category of “Best Luxury Brand” by the current affairs magazine U.S. News & World Report. The rating of vehicles and brands was based on study data and the opinions of experts from the automotive industry.

The US motorsport magazine Autocar voted the fully electric Taycan the best premium e-car and the “Game Changer 2020”. Porsche was also ranked in first place for the 911 in the “Top 10 Best Sports Cars” category, while the Porsche 911 GT3 secured the top position in the “Top 10 Best Hardcore Sports Cars 2020” ranking. In the “Top 10 Best Grand Tourers 2020” category, the Panamera left the competition in its wake.

In Germany, more than 100,000 readers of the trade magazine auto, motor und sport voted the 911 into first place in two categories in the “Best Cars 2020” ranking: as in the previous year, the 911 came in first in the “Sports Cars” category. In the “Cabriolets” category, the 911 Cabrio or 911 Targa triumphed. As far as the “Golden Classic” award as voted for by readers of the classic car magazine Motor Klassik was concerned, two models shared the title “Classic of the Future”: in the “Electric cars” category, the Taycan was voted number one, while the 911 Cabrio took the honours in the “Cabrios” category.

The Taycan was also a big winner at the “Golden Steering Wheel” awards organised by Bild am Sonntag and Auto Bild. It was voted “Best Sports Car 2020” by the editorial team and the 14-member judging panel. The readers also awarded it the title of “Most Beautiful Car of the Year”. The jury of the “German Car of the Year” award named the Taycan as the “German Car of the Year 2020”.

The British magazine Top Gear awarded the Taycan two titles: “Car of the Year 2020” and “Game Changer of the Year 2020”. The judging panel for the “Chinese Car of the Year” named the Taycan as the “Green Car of the Year”. Porsche also secured the title of “Performance Car of the Year” in China with the 911, and it cleaned up at the “Sport Auto Awards” too.

Readers voted vehicles from the sports car manufacturer the winner in a total of seven categories. The Taycan Turbo S did especially well: in the category of saloons over 100,000 euros, it beat the competition hands down, regardless of engine type. In the “auto motor und sport” readers’ poll, the new 911 Turbo received the “Autonis Award” for the best design innovation of 2020. Another award went to the Porsche Taycan. It won the “Car Connectivity Award” in the readers’ poll in the category “Connected E Cars”.

Readers of the German magazine Auto Zeitung voted the 911 the winner of the “Auto Trophy”, while Connect magazine awarded the Porsche Taycan its innovation prize. The Taycan was also named the most innovative model of 2020 by the Center of Automotive Management (CAM), an independent, scientific institute for empirical automotive and mobility research. In total, the Porsche Taycan won prestigious awards in 17 different countries.

For the 17th time, Auto Bild and Schwacke chose their “Value champions”. All models sold in Germany were compared in 13 vehicle segments to find the passenger car with the most stable value in each class. Overall, Porsche scored two class wins: in addition to the 911 Carrera S in the sports car category, the Panamera 4 came out on top in the luxury class.

Worldwide sales network

Porsche Sales is constantly responding to changing developments and trends by flexibly adapting its retail landscape. The aim is always to ensure a seamless customer journey between the digital world and physical retail.

The Porsche Centres are important cornerstones in this regard. Many customers view their personal interaction with dealership staff as a core Porsche competence. Surveys show time and again that what Porsche customers want more than ever is to be able to experience the brand with all their senses. At the same time, contact with other members of the Porsche community plays an outstanding role.

The new retail concept “Destination Porsche” strengthens this community mentality. In this vein, the company opened its first pilot of a converted dealership in Hangzhou (China) in May 2020. The first completely new building opened in Dortmund (Germany) in December. Over the course of the next decade, the dealership concept will be rolled out as a central meeting point for the Porsche community at 850 existing Porsche Centres around the world.

Digital offerings complement the physical dealerships. The online sales channel launched in Germany in October 2019 focuses on new and used vehicles with immediate availability. Here, customers and dealers are experiencing online vehicle sales for the first time. Particularly at the height of the lockdown, the online sales channel more than proved its worth, also thanks to additional marketing activities. Demand increased, especially in spring 2020 – among both the existing customer base and a very large number of new customers. This also reflects the high level of trust in the brand. Between the beginning of April and the beginning of May 2020, around 370 orders across all price categories were placed via the German online sales channel. The number of hits on Porsche’s own website increased by around 50 per cent per month in the reporting year compared with 2019 levels.

Since summer 2020, the online sales channel has also been available to customers in Spain, Portugal and Switzerland. Italy and France followed in November, as did Poland, Slovenia and Estonia. Starting in autumn 2020, customers in China and the USA have also been able to buy Porsche products online. In order to connect its activities even further, Porsche will be expanding its digital vehicle sales to create a comprehensive marketplace for Porsche products and services.

Mobility of the future

Porsche is responding to new mobility requirements with innovative concepts. These are based, for example, on changes in vehicle use as well as urbanisation and sustainability. It is already the case that more than half of the world’s population live in cities. The reason for this is the economic might of cities. Experts expect this development to continue. In parallel, the transport infrastructure is increasingly being exhausted, parking spaces are in short supply and congestion and air pollution are on the rise. The portfolio of mobility providers is therefore changing.

Advancing digitalisation also shows how much different areas of life can be connected up to one another. This has an impact on mobility, which will focus less on individual products in future and, instead, be the result of a networked and overarching ecosystem. The boundaries between hardware, software and services are becoming increasingly blurred. More and more customers appreciate being able to book mobility at the touch of a button.

With generational change in our society comes a change in people’s values. The growing importance of intangibles is just one example. For many people, having time to enjoy their lives and the ability to make their own plans are more important than owning consumer goods. Status symbols are still important but traditional preferences are evolving. In order to create innovative mobility offers, Porsche is intensively engaging with this type of trend.

Porsche Charging Service, Taycan, 2020, Porsche AG

Charging infrastructure for Porsche sports cars

Porsche offers its customers an optimal solution for charging their hybrid or fully electric sports cars at locations that are important to them. The “Porsche Charging Service” gives Taycan customers access to a high-performance charging network with more than 135,000 AC and DC charging points in 20 European countries and additional charging options in China, the USA and Canada. This network includes fast-charging stations from the partner networks IONITY and Electrify America, as well as a fast-charging infrastructure with “Porsche Turbo Charging” stations with 800-volt technology at many dealers in 54 markets.

“Porsche Destination Charging” now provides around 2,000 AC charging points in more than 20 countries, for example at hotels, golf courses and marinas. In Leipzig, Porsche opened Europe’s most efficient charging park in February 2020. This is powered entirely by electricity from renewable energy sources.

The company offers various solutions for home garages too, such as the Porsche Mobile Charger Connect with a charging power of up to 11 kW (or 9.6 kW in the case of the USA). The Porsche Charging Dock for mounting on a wall or on an existing pillar and the Porsche Compact Charging Pillar for free-standing installation are also available on request. The Home Energy Manager (HEM) is another optional feature. This smart control centre, which must be fitted by an electrician, is connected to the house’s mains network to ensure smooth and convenient charging at home.

The Home Energy Manager optimises the charging process from the perspective of power, time and cost. It also offers protection against overloading the house’s mains network (blackout protection) by reducing the vehicle’s charging power as needed in the event of an impending overload, thus preventing the home distribution board from tripping (blackout). Together with an external partner, Porsche also offers related services: the Porsche Charging Pre-Check (online) and the Porsche Home Check for checking and planning the situation in the house, all the way through to the installation and commissioning of the charging technology.

Vehicle design and chronograph Porsche Heritage Design

A highly contemporary 911 with quotes from the 1950s and early 1960s: as the first in a total of four collector’s items from the Heritage Design strategy, Porsche has presented its 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition. Historical design elements in the exterior and interior have been reinterpreted and combined with state-of-the-art technology in an exclusive special model from the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur. In keeping with the internal model series number, only 992 units will be made. To tie in with the introduction of the special model, selected interior elements are available for all current 911 models as part of a Heritage Design package.

Porsche Design is designing matching timepieces exclusively for owners of the Heritage Design vehicles. The first of these was the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition Chronograph. This timepiece combines classic design features, materials and performance characteristics of the 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition, extending the concept of the sports car to the owner’s wrist. The automatic chronograph is powered by the Porsche Design maximum-precision WERK 01.100 with COSC certification. The watch has the titanium case typical of Porsche Design and, just like the car, is limited to 992 pieces.

911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition, Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur, 2020, Porsche AG

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2020 was an exceptional year in many respects. Total production was 263,236 vehicles, which corresponds to a decrease of 4.1 per cent compared with the previous year. At the Zuffenhausen site, the production of all vehicles was completely carbon-neutral for the first time. All vehicles of the 911 (28,672 units), 718 Boxster (12,569 units) and 718 Cayman (6,376 units) model series rolled off the production line at the main plant. 3,710 units of the 718 Cayman were also produced at the Volkswagen plant in Osnabrück.

In the first full year of production, 29,450 units of the Taycan were manufactured – 976 of which were assembled at the Leipzig Porsche plant as part of a temporary measure to provide the workforce with training in the context of BEV readiness. Total production in Leipzig was 101,298 vehicles, with 78,490 units of the Macan model series and 21,832 Panamera being built in Saxony. At the Volkswagen Group’s multi-brand site in Bratislava (Slovakia), 82,137 units of the Cayenne model series were produced.

Infection protection “made by Porsche”

Production also played a very important role in company-wide infection protection: In July, Porsche Werkzeugbau started producing its own protective face masks for all Porsche locations, with Porsche Logistik GmbH taking care of distribution. The facility in Schwarzenberg can produce up to 80,000 masks a day. Only materials from Germany are used. A distribution centre was set up in the central parts warehouse of Porsche AG in Sachsenheim. From here, the masks and other protective equipment, such as disinfectant, are distributed to the sites. Porsche’s central construction, environmental and energy management department ensured that the process was closed loop: used worn masks must not be disposed of in general waste; a waste disposal concept has been developed and implemented for all sites.

Crisis management and the restart

The central challenge in the reporting year was the global coronavirus crisis. Porsche suspended production for an initial period of two weeks on 21 March. This was the company’s response to bottlenecks in global supply chains such that normal production operations were no longer possible. Ultimately, production had to be halted at both plants for a total of six weeks. On 4 May, the sports car manufacturer launched its orderly restart with specific plans for each trade and each site. Specific protective measures were introduced in advance to guarantee the utmost safety for the workforce and to return to the assembly line step by step.

“Thanks to the Flexi-Line, we are the first car manufacturer to use driverless transport systems in continuous flow in series production. So Porsche is waving goodbye to the traditional assembly line.”

Albrecht Reimold Member of the Executive Board – Production and Logistics

Porsche Production 4.0, 2020, Porsche AG

First full year of production for the Taycan

2020 marked the first full year of production for the first all-electric Porsche, which has been manufactured at the company’s main site since 9 September 2019. After the world première last year, it was clear, however, that this electric sports car would exceed customer expectations. The number of units produced by the end of the reporting year totalled 29,450.

Economics Minister visits main plant

In July, Baden-Württemberg’s Minister of Economic Affairs, Dr Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut, visited the Taycan production plant in a covid-safe tour. Together with Production Director Albrecht Reimold, the Minister visited the Taycan assembly line and discussed on the future-proof redevelopment of the site in Zuffenhausen with its long tradition of automotive production. The talks also focused on sustainability aspects, which will feature even more strongly in future vehicle production. Dr. Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut was impressed by the modern and innovative production methods on show. She also praised the strategy of anchoring sustainability as an essential pillar of corporate management, with carbon-neutral production of the first entirely electric sports car.

Production in Leipzig

Around 550 vehicles from the Macan and Panamera model series were produced on a daily basis at the Porsche plant in Leipzig. Meanwhile, the site is also shaping up for e-mobility. The decision to produce the next generation of the Macan as an all-electric variant in Leipzig means that Porsche is investing around 600 million euros in its site in Saxony. With this latest plant expansion, the company is creating the possibility of producing fully electric vehicles on the existing production line alongside petrol and hybrid models in future.

Leipzig plant receives VDA Logistics Award 2020
In February, the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) presented Porsche Leipzig GmbH with the VDA Logistics Award 2020. The Saxony plant had impressed the expert panel with its logistics concept that relies on smart planning, highly automated processes, and energy-efficient warehousing and order-picking technology. With its high level of flexibility and scalability, it also takes account of the challenges inherent in the automotive industry.

“Porsche’s logistics concept for supplying the Leipzig plant provides great impetus for the logistics of the future: highly integrated, intelligently automated, trimmed for maximum reliability and efficiency. It demonstrates innovation potential for the Leipzig plant, the automotive industry and also logistics in other sectors,” enthused Prof. Dr Wolfgang Stölzle, Chairman of the VDA Logistics Award judging panel and Managing Director of the Institute for Supply Chain Management at the University of St Gallen.

The concept is based on a planning tool that optimises incoming delivery flows and makes best possible use of the available storage capacities. In this way, it forms the basis for an automated small-parts warehouse with energy-efficient shuttle technology, a patent-pending dynamic order picking system and several driverless transport vehicles. The new concept is also setting standards in conservation: with a total saving of 3,500 tonnes of CO₂ per year, it makes an important contribution to Porsche’s sustainability strategy.

Panamera Turbos S E-Hybrid, 2021, Porsche AG

Porsche opens Europe’s most powerful fast-charge park
In spring, Porsche launched a new charging park by the name of “Porsche Turbo Charging” at its production site in Saxony. A total of twelve 350 kW (DC) fast charging points and four 22 kW (AC) charging points are available at the plant’s customer centre – around the clock, seven days a week, and for customers of all automotive brands. The total capacity of the charging park with its six internal fast charging points is 7 MW. At the time, Porsche Leipzig thus boasted Europe’s most powerful fast-charging park, powered entirely by electricity from renewable energy sources.

Local politicians visit Leipzig plant
Tour replaces topping-out ceremony: Covid-19 meant that the official topping-out ceremony for the new bodyshop in Leipzig had to be cancelled. Instead, Leipzig’s Mayor Burkhard Jung was able to visit the site for himself and be shown the latest developments: all construction measures are on schedule and the external structure has been completed for the new bodyshop for the next generation of the Macan, which will be fully electric. The next step will be the plant construction inside the building, taking up a total area of 75,500 square metres. During his visit the Mayor commented: “Porsche in Leipzig has grown from an assembly plant to a technology leader for the entire European automotive sector. We are setting the milestones for the drive technologies of the future here in Leipzig.”

In September, Michael Kretschmer, Minister President of the Free State of Saxony, also visited the site to see how the fifth plant expansion was progressing. “In Leipzig, Porsche has set the course for the mobility of tomorrow,” he said. In addition to digitalisation, climate-friendly engines are particularly important. “In Saxony, we are very well positioned in the field of e-mobility and have the opportunity to continue to grow and to be at the forefront of development. Saxony will consistently support the transition to climate-friendly mobility.”

Porsche Leipzig shapes up for e-mobility
Porsche is investing a total of more than 600 million euros in its production plant in Saxony, setting an important course for the future. The annual plant shutdown in the summer of 2020 was used to expand the assembly line. Specifically, the sports car manufacturer is now able to produce cars with three different types of drive technology on one line in Leipzig: petrol, hybrid and pure electric vehicles. For Porsche, this means maximum flexibility in production. With a view to the BEV readiness of the Leipzig Porsche plant, 1,000 Taycan vehicles were also assembled there as part of a temporary measure to provide the workforce with training. In this way, the company is already preparing itself as well as it possibly can for the next generation of the Macan.

Porsche Turbo Charging, Taycan 4S, Rapid-charging park, Leipzig, 2020, Porsche AG

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The coronavirus pandemic had a significant impact on Porsche’s supply chains in 2020. Production stoppages at its suppliers presented the sports car manufacturer with extraordinary challenges in terms of procuring parts.

Traditionally, procurement plays an important role in the company, with external partners accounting for around 80 per cent of Porsche’s value creation. Most of these are included in the group of series suppliers, comprising more than 1,300 partners. Around half of Porsche’s suppliers are based abroad. More than a third of these operations had to temporarily shut down their production during the first wave of the pandemic.

The Procurement department reacted quickly to the first signs of coronavirus spreading across the world in January, setting up an interdisciplinary task force to deal with the global pandemic. The goal was to provide the best possible support to suppliers – particularly in countries hit hardest by coronavirus, namely China, Spain and Italy.

Shoulder to shoulder through the crisis

Porsche halted its vehicle production on 21 March 2021 in response to the disruption affecting its supply chains. Some partners had been ordered by the authorities to close down their production, particularly in Italy and Spain. Intensive communication between buyers and suppliers played an important part in the subsequent ramp-up of Porsche production. On 3 May, the Italian government lifted restrictions. Just one day later, Porsche was again being supplied with important components. Combination indicators, axle components and brake callipers made in Italy arrived at the Zuffenhausen and Leipzig plants. Consequently, on 4 May, the sports car manufacturer was able to restart production.

During the pandemic, Porsche supported the supply chains through a range of measures: “We don't abandon our partners in a crisis,” stressed Uwe-Karsten Städter, Executive Board Member responsible for procurement. The company shared its own protocols for Covid-safe workplaces with its suppliers. Porsche employees also worked on site with partners to tighten up their processes. The company also helped out financially, offering some suppliers extended payment terms. In addition, development costs and tools were paid for earlier than contractually agreed. Porsche took over one supplier: the company serva transport system GmbH, based in Rosenheim, Germany. This supplier of driverless transport systems had run into financial difficulties due to the crisis.

Social commitment

Porsche fulfilled its commitment to society in many areas during the coronavirus crisis. In particular, the Procurement team contributed its comprehensive supply chain expertise. Porsche organised the delivery of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from China for the federal states of Baden-Württemberg and Saxony free of charge, working in collaboration with DB Schenker and Lufthansa Cargo. Up to six cargo planes per week were flying from China to Germany between March and May. The total value of the deliveries coordinated by Porsche was in the hundreds of millions of euros.

“Linking our contract award process to sustainability criteria sends out a strong signal.”

Uwe-Karsten Städter Member of the Executive Board – Procurement

S-rating gets a positive verdict

Sustainability as a strategic corporate goal plays a central role in procurement. This is reflected in the Code of Conduct applicable to all direct Porsche suppliers. This sets out the principles for legally compliant, sustainable and responsible business conduct in relation to compliance, social affairs and the environment. Since July 2019, sustainability has been a binding criterion when awarding contracts to any Porsche supplier of production materials. This is guaranteed via the “S-rating”, with S standing for sustainability. Suppliers must comply with the requirements of the S-rating in order to continue working with Porsche. The sports car manufacturer supports its partners and advises them on the implementation of appropriate sustainability measures.

By 2020, more than 90 per cent of suppliers had already met the sustainability requirements for production materials.

Identification of sustainability risks using AI and blockchain

For the purposes of procurement, sustainability has to be considered in its entirety. This is why Porsche is also committed to transparency in the supply chains of its subcontractors and raw material suppliers. To date, this has required a great deal of research and documentation. Over 3,000 parts are used in every Porsche vehicle produced. The supply chains comprise many small parts and are globally networked. Some sub-supply chains comprise up to eight upstream stages.

Against this background, Porsche began testing new technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI) in supply chain analysis during the reporting year. These digital solutions are designed to identify sustainability risks more quickly and efficiently.

For example, AI software used by Porsche to screen local media helps to identify potential violations of sustainability principles at an early stage.

In addition, a blockchain pilot application was developed together with suppliers BASF and Motherson. The algorithm can be used to identify the origin of greenhouse gas emissions in supply chains. On the basis of “smart contracts”, which are made available to the companies involved in the process, the CO₂ emissions generated by individual components are passed on digitally along the entire supply chain. This enables the CO₂ footprint of a product to be quantified in a standardised way.

Sustainable raw material extraction

Porsche took another step towards sustainable supply chain management by joining the cross-industry “Responsible Mica Initiative” (RMI). This cross-industry association of international companies and non-governmental organisations, founded in 2017, is committed to transparency and improved working conditions in relation to the mining of mica. Mica is used as a raw material in many industrial and cosmetic products, and at Porsche is used in paints.

Porsche represents the Volkswagen Group in the RMI. Through internal analysis of selected paint supply chains up to raw material extraction, Porsche has identified potential risks for sustainability in relation to the mining of mica. Together with its suppliers, the company is committed to transparent and sustainable handling of the raw material. The aim of the projects, based in the major Indian mining regions of Jharkand and Bihar, is to improve the living and working conditions of the local people – particularly by means of fair working conditions, occupational safety and minimum wages.


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Consumption data

  • 8.8 – 8.7 l/100 km
  • 202 – 199 g/km

Panamera 4

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Fuel consumption combined 8.8 – 8.7 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 202 – 199 g/km
  • 10.0 - 9.6 l/100 km
  • 227 - 220 g/km

911 Carrera S

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Fuel consumption combined 10.0 - 9.6 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 227 - 220 g/km
  • 11.1 l/100 km
  • 254 g/km

911 Turbo

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Fuel consumption combined 11.1 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 254 g/km
  • 10.3 - 9.9 l/100 km
  • 235 - 227 g/km

911 Targa 4S

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Fuel consumption combined 10.3 - 9.9 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 235 - 227 g/km
  • 10.3 – 9.9 l/100 km
  • 235 – 227 g/km

911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Fuel consumption combined 10.3 – 9.9 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 235 – 227 g/km
  • 10.9 – 8.1 l/100 km
  • 249 – 185 g/km

Model Range 718 Boxster

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Fuel consumption combined 10.9 – 8.1 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 249 – 185 g/km
  • 10.9 – 8.1 l/100 km
  • 249 – 185 g/km

Model Range 718 Cayman

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Fuel consumption combined 10.9 – 8.1 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 249 – 185 g/km
  • 9.8 l/100 km
  • 223 g/km

911 Targa 4

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Fuel consumption combined 9.8 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 223 g/km
  • 10.1–9.6 l/100 km
  • 230 – 218 g/km

911 Carrera Cabriolet models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Fuel consumption combined 10.1–9.6 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 230 – 218 g/km
  • 2.8 – 2.0 l/100 km
  • 63 – 47 g/km
  • 22.8 – 17.0 kWh/100 km

Panamera E-Hybrid models

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Fuel consumption combined 2.8 – 2.0 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 63 – 47 g/km
Electricity consumption combined 22.8 – 17.0 kWh/100 km
  • 13.3 – 12.4 l/100 km
  • 304 – 283 g/km

911 GT3

Fuel consumption / Emissions
Fuel consumption combined 13.3 – 12.4 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined 304 – 283 g/km
  • 0 g/km
  • 28.5 kWh/100 km

Taycan Turbo S

Fuel consumption / Emissions
CO2 emissions combined 0 g/km
Electricity consumption combined 28.5 kWh/100 km